Meet Our Bison STEM Scholars

Howard University’s Bison STEM Scholar Program (BSSP) is its most challenging program yet. If you are not familiar with BSSP, here is a quick breakdown:

The BSSP is a program intended to attract high-achieving and community-service oriented high school students into various STEM disciplines. These students must maintain a minimum required GPA, along with a rigorous academic plan towards obtaining a Ph.D. or medical degree, and demonstrate excellent leadership and team-working skills with the discipline to motivate themselves and others. They must also have research interests which they actively develop throughout their tenure at Howard University.

An exceptional number of these scholars have given us the honor of calling them our own. Each one of these bright scholars is indeed unique and exemplary. Listed by department/program below are our scholars:

Chemical Engineering:

Patricia Mensah

Pilar O’Neal

Sekou Rowe

Jordan Smith

Ladaisha Thompson

Jurnee Tipton

Adeya Wyatt

Civil and Environmental Engineering:

Moriah Brown

Cameryn Burnette

Justin Drummond

Eric Hagerman

Lauren Moore

Computer Engineering:

Robert Coleman

Essien Taylor

Computer Science:

Christopher Flowers

Joed Ngangmeni

Genesis Smothers

Nicole Sullivan

Bradon Thymes

Electrical Engineering:

Earl Tankard

Mechanical Engineering:

Ameen Muhammad

Paa Sey

Their individual stories will be posted periodically. Stay tuned to meet them individually!

News

Professor Charles Kim Receives 2019 VIP Consortium Award

Thu, December, 5 2019

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Professor Charles Kim received the 2019 VIP Consortium Outstanding Research and Dissemination Award for the Vertically Integrated Project (VIP) program at Howard University (VIP@Howard) for his “creation and leadership of the VIP site at Howard University, his introduction of VIP members of a consortium of HBCUs, and for very thought-provoking papers on VIP”. Dr. Kim currently serves as the VIP@Howard coordinator. Read More >>

Professor Achille Messac Named AAAS Fellow

Wed, December, 4 2019

Mechanical Engineering Professor Achille Messac has been named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), an honor bestowed upon AAAS members by their peers. This year’s AAAS Fellows will be formally announced in the AAAS News & Notes section of the journal Science on Nov. 29.Read More >>

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